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A young Whig, of high and blameless character, popular with his friends, with the
reputation of oratorical power in the debating rooms at Cambridge (he delivered
one speech in London, we believe, at an AntiSlavery Meeting, which made ...
Nor was his application unrewarded with a like measure of success: called to the
Bar, at Lincoln's Inn, in February, 1826, he was, about two years later, appointed
by the Whig Government a Commissioner of Bankruptcy; in 1830, he became a ...
... who immediately adopted it for his next annual recitation; from the
uncompromising Tory, who praised every thing but its republican logic, to the
exulting Whig, who found in it for a second time the death-warrant of the first
Charles. The paper ...
Whig Rev., ix.499, (by Rev. H. N. Hudson;) Princ. Rev., xii. 431; Chris. Rev., v.
450; South. Lit. Mess., xiv. 476; Knick., xxxiii. 508; New Englander, vii. 288, (by
Rev. Leonard Bacon;) N. York Eclec. Mag, vii. 394, xiii. 35, (by Geo. Gilfillan;) N.
The questions who is to be Macaulay's biographer, and who will edit his
correspondence, are thus answered in the “Manchester Review " : — “A Whig is
needed, and one of high station will be expected to perform the duty, which,
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LibraryThing ReviewKäyttäjän arvio - stanleykaye - LibraryThing
I picked up this book with some trepidation. I have heard this book mentioned many times always in the context of criticizing so called "Whig Historians" of which Macaulay was one of the most ... Lue koko arvostelu
LibraryThing ReviewKäyttäjän arvio - jburlinson - LibraryThing
One of the great achievements of historiography and of English prose. Macaulay had wanted to chronicle English history up to his own epoch, or at least until the reign of George III, in order to ... Lue koko arvostelu